Will it be third time lucky for Ascot United at the Racecourse Ground on Saturday afternoon?
The Yellamen have played twice at their redeveloped home and are yet to come away with three points.
Despite that, Jamie Tompkins side remain top of the Combined Counties League Premier Division but an Abbey Rangers win would see the sides swap places.
Tompkins said: “No team news this week. We still have many players out injured. Luqman Kassim will be making his first appearance of the season.”
The manager has also resigned Kai Walters from Bracknell Town.
Sandhurst Town vs Bagshot (CCL1)
Michael Herbert has a number of injuries and is still without Matt Watson and Haydon Richardson (injured) and Jordan Goddard (unavailable).
The Sandhurst boss does though have new signing James Pilgrim included in the squad and Owen Davies is back from illness.
Eversley & California vs Bedfont & Feltham (CCL1)
Boars boss Matthew Angell said: “Unfortunately still missing the services of George Marsh who has started a new job, Liam Vaughan with his ankle injury and now have lost influential captain Ali Dickie who will be out for a couple of weeks with an knock to his knee. However it has allowed players like Josh Francis and Aaron Holt to come in and they have performed brilliantly. We also welcome Ellis Wint into the squad which will add a little more quality to our midfield.”
See all the latest Combined Counties League transfers here.
Reading City vs Fairford Town (HLP)
It’s bounce back time for Reading City following Monday’s 1-0 defeat at home to Windsor.
Simon Johnson said: “Ellis Cowd is out injured. Alfie Grant will return at the back with Steve Lee suspended [sent off on Monday]. Fergus Burton returns to the squad after a six week lay off.”
All the latest Hellenic League transfers are here.
Royal Wootton Bassett Town vs Binfield (HLP)
It’s a Wiltshire away day for Binfield and manager Roger Herridge has a few decisions to make.
He said: “Josh Howell and Jamie McClurg return to squad but Samir Regragui and Liam Gavin area away, striker Asa Povey is still Injured
Holyport vs Didcot Town Development (HLD1E)
Port could jump a number of places up Division One East on Saturday and boss Derek Sweetman has no real concerns. He said: “No real news just missing a few with flu/ injuries.”
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